With Jay Leno’s new talk show lined up to premiere next month, fans are likely to expect a big name to appear as his first guest and based on NBC’s recent announcement, it looks like Leno’s delivering the goods.
Seinfeld has been off the air for eleven years (makes you feel old, doesn’t it?) and apparently, eleven years is also the same amount of time that’s passed since Jerry Seinfeld, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Jason Alexander and Michael Richards have worked together. If you’ve been waiting to see the cast reunited, it looks like it’s going to happen.
Good News for all of you Curb Your Enthusiasm fans out there. Since the season six finale, the fans have kind of been left hanging – not knowing whether Larry and his wife were really separated, or if it was all just a dream. Well, the word is, production is slated to begin “in December, with 10 season-seven episodes slated for next year, sources close to the series said.
Well, the nominations are in and things are looking very good for a number of cable shows. And while veteran comedy series snatched up all the spots on the Outstanding Comedy series Emmy ballot, a couple of new drama series did manage to get nominations. The announcements were made this morning with actors Neil Patrick Harris and Kristin Chenoweth reading out the names.
I didn’t even know Curb Your Enthusiasm was still airing new episodes. I suppose that just goes to show how up on am on HBO’s series. Steve Carrell, Alec Baldwin, and Tony Shalhoub were all on the ballot last year. I’d love to see Carrell actually win this year, but I wouldn’t be disappointed if Alec Baldwin took it. I guess we’ll have to wait and see whether either of them get nominations first.
Today the Television Academy of Arts and Sciences posted the short list for the Emmy nominations for Best Drama and Best Comedy series. The list includes the top ten vote-getters for each category and this weekend, screenings will take place to decide which shows actually make it on to the official nomination ballot.